I was watching an other video with a guy shooting a 10 mm and a 44 mag with dangerous game ammo and although he shot the 10 mm pretty good he was horrible with the 44!
Shooting through the chronograph he missed the screens twice and shooting a 7-8" steel plate at 25 yards he only hit it once out of 5 tries with the 44. It was obvious he was anticipating the recoil because the video showed him dropping the hammer on an empty cylinder and his flinch was terrible. And when the revolver did go off he would take a step backwards from the recoil!
This guy should not go hunting with a .44 let alone be chasing dangerous game with one. He will end up 6' under.